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Milne Farm

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    In 1892 James G. Milne built a two-bedroom brick farmhouse on his land in Weld County. There have been several additions through the years, but the original interior remains largely intact. The farmhouse is now one of the last old farmhouses in the Lucerne area.
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References: 

Colorado Historical Society, “Milne Farm,” Historic Building Inventory Record.

James G. Milne Jr., “Milne Farm,” Colorado Centennial Farm Application (April 10, 1988).

Thomas H. Simmons and R. Laurie Simmons, “Milne Farm,” National Register of Historic Places Registration Form (August 31, 1992).

Additional Information: 

John F. Freeman, High Plains Horticulture: A History (Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2008).

Allen W. Paschal, “The Enemy in Colorado: German Prisoners of War, 1943–46,” Colorado Magazine 56, no. 3 (1981).

Barbara Smith, The First Hundred Years: Greeley, Colorado, 1870–1970 (Greeley, CO: Greater Greeley Centennial Commission, 1970).

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